2. EMOTIONAL COMPLIMENTS
Pairing your compliments with specific emotions can make your partner feel ten times better than with just a compliment alone. For example, you can tell your partner that you appreciate the way they cook dinner, because it makes you feel loved and safe. That will give them a burst of affection, as well as point out that you appreciate all the hard work they do.
3. ENCOURAGING COMPLIMENTS
This kind of compliment encourages your partner to continue to do and try new things, or encourage them to get better at things they’re not good at. If your partner isn’t very good at cooking, but they try and make you a meal anyway, it’s important to give them encouraging compliments.
4. AFFIRMING COMPLIMENTS
Giving your partner little words of affirmation throughout your time together will remind them that you really enjoy being with them. Even if it’s been years and years that you’ve been together, remembering to affirm your love for your partner through little compliments can make it easier than ever to fall in love with one another over and over every single day.